Work, creativity, and social justice.


New York, International Universities Press [1970] .

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Subjects Psychology, Industrial.
Description viii, 262 p. 23 cm.
Contents The human consequences of industrialization.--The science of society.--Death and the mid-life crisis.--Theses on work and creativity.--Disturbances in the capacity to work.--Time and the measurement of human attributes.--Learning for uncertainty.--On being a manager.--Stress.--Social organization and individual adjustment.--Guilt, conscience, and social behaviour.--Psychotic anxieties and the sense of justice.--Psycho-analysis and the current economic crisis.--A contribution to a discussion of Freud's 'Group psychology and the analysis of the ego.'
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00116876
(OCoLC)116876
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